Why organic?


The roots of all diseases

It is a normal inclination for man to fall ill. This is common because there are many toxins accumulated in the human body. The toxins may originate from the air around us while the food that we consume may be derived from polluted sources. These often contain artificial preservatives, colourings, man-made fragrances and anti-depressants etc. Reared animals and cultivated plants, during the stages of growth, would probably be exposed to chemical-infused fertilisers and pesticides. When human begins ingest such additives or breathe in the vapours form these elements, toxins will gradually accumulate in the body system and eventually destroy the body cells and immune system. Finally, these will be vested in the bloodstream, thus destroying the digestive system (stomach, intestines and colons), filtration system (liver and kidney) and endocrine system (pituitary gland, adrenal gland, thyroid gland), bring about side effects such as illnesses.

In the organic healing philosophy, man's health may be affected by a myriad of syndromes. The causes are toxins and these toxins should never be left behind in the body. For instance, when one experiences constipation, this will cause unwanted wastes to remain in the body, thus affecting the functions of the digestion system and in the long run, may cause about serious illnesses....thereby jeopardising health.

Growing organic

Organic cultivation requires pollution-free soil. Before farming can be done, the land has to be left idle for 2-7 years. This is to ensure that the soil is not exposed to chemical or environmental pollution. Commonly, standard cultivation processed of plants will involve injections with stimulats or additives to accelerate growth r the usage of artificial fertilisers and pesticides - this is strictly prohibited in organic farming. The surrounding land must also be free from pollution to avoid contaminating the area allocated for cultivation. This is to assure that the food that is produced from this cultivated area is of the purest quality possible.

The stages of harvesting, processing and packaging, including all stages of production, should be strictly controlled to avoid contamination of chemicals such as colouring, preservatives and anti-depressants. If this is controlled and enables throughout every stage of the production, end products can then be categorised as 100% free from pollution.

The principles behind organic food and lifestyles

In the last 25 years, more then 200 American organic food pioneers set up their own organic farm in Arizona as they preached and lived a zero=pollution lifestyle. In reality, this marks the beginning of the organic food revolution.

The meaning of the word "organic" is contradictory to the rudiments of modern technologies, which may carry with them negative constituents that may hamper the health of humans. Organic food principles hinges on going back to nature for the cultivation of plants, free from pollution in the health of humans. Organic food principles hinges on going back to nature for the cultivation of plants, free from pollution in the environment, food mental and society, among others. Organic principles are destined to be the 21st century's primary steering agents towards healthy living.

Human beings in today's civilisation should use the most natural organic farming methods in order to enjoy the basic health benefits as well as infighting the next epidemic of these times. The natural healing philosophy states that "The best food is the best medicine, and the best food is organic food".

The natural healing philosophy banks upon the adoption of natural methods to cure ailments. It is deemed that doctors are merely assisting the healing process. Such important methods will be, in the future, the basis for preventing sicknesses in future, especially those commonly prevalent illnesses.

If you realised that your internal body system is vital for your health, then you should certainly adhere to the most natural form of lifestyles. This is what we call natural healing.


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